New Cassel man accused of DWI, crashing stolen car

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A New Cassel man is under arrest, accused of driving drunk and crashing a stolen car.

Police say Roberto Pena was found sitting next to a van yesterday that had crashed into a pole on Prospect Avenue in Westbury.

Police say the 27-year- old was driving the Ford van that had been reported stolen earlier.

Pena is now facing a charges that include drunken driving and driving without a license.

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